For an Italian, visiting the Royal Palace of the last Italian royalties is heartbreaking: it is not possible to escape the comparison between the style, magnificence and merits of the Savoy dynasty and the state of its latest scions. The visit is not very expensive. The rooms (which were used for the last time by the late King Umberto right before his coronation and exile) are very well kept. Unfortunately in Summer time, so we were told, the private apartments cannot be seen because they are open only in the Fall. It does not make any sense and it deprives the visitor form learning how the royalties really lived away from their ceremonial duties.
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